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Tech Recap: Windows 10 Creators Update, Microsoft foldable phone, Help & How-To

Windows 10 Creators Update test preview releases with new features, Microsoft planning to builds a phone that can transform into a tablet, and you learn new tips to get the most out of your device.

This week on PUREinfoTech: Microsoft rolls out Windows 10 build 15014 for PC and Mobile devices. This new test preview part of the Creators Update includes a number of new features and changes, including the ability to buy ebooks from the Windows Store and read them on Microsoft Edge. You can further personalize your experience with custom accent colors. Storage Sense allows you to free up space automatically, and a new power slider helps you to improve battery life or performance.

The software giant officially talks about Game Mode, which is a new feature meant to optimize Windows 10 on your PC to increase gaming performance like a game console.

This week a Microsoft patent filing emerges revealing the company’s plans to once again enter to the mobile market with a phone that can transform into a tablet with a foldable display.

Along with January 2017 Surface Pro 4 firmware update, Microsoft also rolls out the first firmware for its Surface Studio to address and improve the desktop PC functionality.

Help & How-To

This week you learn a few new tips on Windows 10, including how to protect your privacy by clearing the data Microsoft collects about you.

Windows 10 Creators Update now allows you to skip driver updates when updating your system, and here you can see how to prevent Windows 10 from downloading them on your PC.

In addition, you learned the steps to create custom environment variables on Windows 10 for quicker access to folder locations.

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